CRG Presents the 24 Hours Karting of Barcelona

After the technical and organizational success of the 24 Hours Karting of Italy last March 25th, CRG presented a new meeting for all the Endurance and Rental Kart fans: the 24 Hours of Barcelona.

The event will be organized in collaboration with Sport Kart of El Vendrell and it will have the same format of the Adria race. The karts will be a fleet of new CRG Centurion equipped with Honda 390cc engines, that will be given by lottery to the teams and handled by CRG’s racing department.

The entry fee is all inclusive and will allow the teams (made from 4 to 10 drivers) to live a unique experience on a historical track for Spanish and International karting. Beside the race, there will be many entertainments for teams and drivers, from music to gastronomic stands.

CRG and the circuit management, directed by Carlos Gil (CRG importer and organizer of international CIK-FIA races, as the World and European Championships) will make a great organizational effort from all points of view in order to combine technical excellence and top services also for what concerns the race direction and box structures.

From the sporting point of view, the regulation will allow driver stints of 45’, 16 years old as minimum age and the schedule will start on Saturday morning with the free practice, then qualifying practice and the race start at 2.00 pm.

This event aims becoming the most prestigious Endurance meeting in Spain and one of the most important ones at international level. The entry fee is Euro 2.300,00 + VAT per team. For further information you can contact the CRG offices or the El Vendrell circuit.

Event: 24 Hours Karting of Barcelona

Circuit: El Vendrell (Spain)

Airport: Barcelona

Kart: new CRG Centurion with Honda 390cc

Team: from 4 to 10 drivers – maximum 30 teams admitted

Technical direction: CRG Factory

Entry fee: Euro 2.300,00 + VAT

Information: CRG (+39.331.6305745 – alex@kartcrg.com) – El Vendrell (+ 34.977.663776 – carlos@kartingvendrell.com)

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